Conservative Woman readers

In response to ‘Rebel Priest’ Rev Jules Gomes: What has the Archbishop got against marriage? Charles Dawne wrote:

So we have a church organisation that over the years believes less in scripture and indeed in God. It openly courts people who are not Christian or have an obscure interpretation of the Bible (usually through the prism of Marxism – ie the oppressed/poor). So Antonio Gramsci’s idea has prevailed in this institution (and many others).
What I find interesting is that Leftists are so dedicated to their cause they are willing to work towards taking jobs in organisations they don’t agree with. The level of dedication occasionally amazes me. You do not find it in conservatives.
You would not find a conservative deliberately joining organisations such as AbortionRights.Org, Stonewall or the Labour Party with the aim of changing them from the inside. A conservative prefers to hear the opposing opinion and challenge it openly. It’s another clue to who is the more tolerant and liberal.


  1. It’s hard to disagree with any of the above comments,
    Gramski’s agenda has been massively successful, mainly because most of those
    indoctrinated have never heard of him.
    A similarly successful communist was Harry Pollitt who over 50 years ago vowed to destroy
    UK industry, as a bloodthirsty Russian style revolution was not on the cards.
    His ideas spread like a cancer through most, not all, trade unions & by the time
    clueless & cowardly Labour was replaced by Thatcher much UK industry was in ruins.
    Using wise policies, Mrs T cut the unions down to size & made them respect the law.
    Sadly, massive damage was done, and much of so called “British industry” from Cadburys
    to Heathrow Airport & ARM is foreign owned & the ultimate beneficiaries are the
    foreign owners.
    If we experience the nightmare of a Corbyn government, it will not just be back to the 70s
    It will be back to the 70s with much of UK industry closed down instantly & permanently.

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